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CSPAN
Jul 2, 2011 10:00am EDT
every year i make it a point to read to kill a mockingbird. .. >> welcome to the harriet beecher stowe center, i'm katherine cain, the executive correcter, and we're just -- director, and we're just delighted that you're here to introduce david reynolds' new book. very exciting. the harriet beecher stowe center here in hartford, connecticut, uses stowe's story to inspire social justice and positive change. we are not just about the past and the issues, the american issues of the 19th century, but we want to take those issues and look at them in the present and try and inspire people to be good citizens today and participate in solving today's problems so that we can all continue to work towards fulfilling the promise of america. that's our mission. harriet beecher stowe, of course, best known for "uncle tom's cabin," an amazingly interesting and complex book and a very important book in american history. the book is going to be officially released on june 14, 2011, which is actually harriet beecher stowe's 200th birthday. but tonight here as we are in mid may, you can buy at the stowe
CSPAN
Jul 3, 2011 7:00pm EDT
much. >>> next on booktv, david reynolds presents the history of harriet beecher stowe's novel on call tom's cabin published in 1822. mr. reynolds exports the political and social factors that influenced the novel and its role in the discussion of race in america prior to and following the civil war. it's about an hour and 20 minutes. >> welcome to the harriet beecher stowe museum. i'm director of the center and we're just delighted that you are here to introduce david reynolds new book and hear about harriet beecher stowe and uncle's tom kevin in her 200th birthday year. this is exciting. the harriet beecher stowe center uses the story to inspire social justice and positive change. we are not just about the past and the issues, the american issues of the 19th century, but we want to take those issues and look at them in the present and try to inspire people to be good citizens today and participate in solving today's problem so we can continue to work towards fulfilling the promise of america. that is the mission. harriet beecher stowe of course best known for on call tom's cabin, and
NBC
Jul 22, 2011 4:30am PDT
in the bryan stow beating case. did police have the wrong suspect all along? a deadly stunner in a deadly police shooting. who really pulled the trigger on the shot that killed a teenager in the bay view? >> a live look outside at the bay bridge. it's friday, july 22nd, and this is "today in the bay." >> well, good morning. i'm scott mcgrew. it's friday, it's 4:30. let's get a weekend forecast with meteorologist christina loren. >> the weekend has arrived. if you are looking for summer like weather this weekend unfortunately we're going to drop off by about 10 degrees from yesterday's highs. and we're looking towards a pretty significant round of fog. that marine layer should push inland. we have improvement on the way. we'll talk about what you can do for the weekend, outdoors, the best places to be this weekend. that's coming up. right now, though, south bay, some problems with construction. >> that's right. we talked about this yesterday. the full closure of 101. around the tully interchange. that will take you off the roadways. here are pictures from the construction zone itself. if w
NBC
Jul 22, 2011 6:00am PDT
fan bryan stow. for the man police have had in custody for two months it may appear he may not be connected to the crime at all. marla tellez joins us live with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, laura. talk about an emotional roller coaster for the stow family. they were elated when the lapd made the announcement they made an arrest in the case. well, now this major development. late last night nbc bay area confirming with the lapd they have in fact arrested two new suspects in the bryan stow beating. the question this morning is what does this mean for giovanni ramirez. you will until this point he has been deemed the main suspect in the beating. he was the one lapd arrested in may. ramirez is serving a 10-month prison sentence in san diego for an unrelated parole violation. he was never formally charged with the stow beating. his attorney contending ramirez was never at dodger stadium march 31 t day stow was nearly beaten to death following a giants/dodgers game. >> this is a true lesson of the judicial system in this country, the fact that everyone should be
KRON
Jul 22, 2011 12:30am PDT
francisco giants' fan bryan stow. the man believed to be linked to the case could be exonerated. kron 4's grant lodes has more in the bryan stow story. >> reporter: march 31, opening day. bryan stow was attacked outside dodger stadium barf the game. he is hospitalized and placed in a ecoma. april 1, the next day police release sketches of the attackers. april 11, players honor bryan stow before a game. may th12, billboards with suspe sketches go up. may 16 bryan stow is table enough -- stable enough to be transported to san francisco. may 22, police announce the arrest of giovanni ramirez. the primary aggressor in the attack but are also looking for another attacker. may 24, the alibi. giovanni ramirez's attorney says his daughter can testify she was with her dad the night of the attack. june 20. giovanni ramirez is septback to prison for a parole violation. july 19, los angeles county increases its reward amount for information leading to arrests. the next day, july 20, los angeles police arrest two people in the beating of bryan stow. giovanni ramirez is not one of them. thursday, july
CBS
Jul 22, 2011 5:00am PDT
are bringing you a live report very shortly. >>> 5:00 now. and a break in the bryan stow beating case. two new suspects are in jail in los angeles. anne makovec is in san francisco with what that can mean for the man police initially accused of the attack. and the lapd came out strong accusing giovanni ramirez. this is stunning. >> reporter: yeah. they said that they were "sure" that he was their man. now reports last night that they have two new suspects in custody. the last we her, they were bringing in witnesses -- the last we heard, they were bringing in witnesses to help identify those two suspects. so bryan stow, of course, was beaten nearly to death back in march after a game between the giants and dodgers in l.a. then in may. giovanni ramirez was named the prime suspect. they said they were sure he did it, that was after the parole agent noticed tatoos similar to a suspect description on ramirez. he has been in jail for a parole violation but never charged. his lawyer says he knew all along ramirez was innocent because he was offering alibis and volunteering to participate in a line-u
CBS
Jul 25, 2011 6:00am PDT
. >>> bryan stow's beating suspect facing a judge in l.a. how the giants fan was not the only target on opening day. >>> good morning, it is monday, july 25. good to have you on board. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. breaking news that we are following out of new york. port authority police have just shut down an american airlines terminal. this is at jfk airport. they say that they found a suspicious package in that area. >> apparently the bomb squad has been called in to investigate. we will continue to update you as we get more information. but as you can imagine, a lot of flights come out of there, 8:30, 9:00, 10:00, heading this way and causing quite a problem at american airline terminal. jfk. >> we will keep you updated. >> headed to the area, check your airlines in. the meantime, we have traffic and weather locally. >> mr. lawrence karnow. >> yes, low clouds and fog around the bay area this morning. thick enough that we're seeing drizzle outside. a little wet on the roadways. be careful. temperatures this afternoon. 65 degrees. partly cloudy in san francisco and lots o
CBS
Jul 22, 2011 4:30am PDT
reacts to a bombshell in the bryan stow case. two new suspects arrested. what's next to the man who claimed his innocence all along? >> and san francisco police change their story. why they now say they didn't fatally shoot a young man. >>> good morning, it's friday, july 22. i'm grace lee. frank has the morning off. >> and i'm elizabeth wenger. time now 4:30. let's start off with a quick look at traffic and weather. and kristy, we can officially ask now for the weekend forecast. >> it's looking good, yes. the good news is we are going to have pleasant conditions throughout the weekend. a little cooler today than yesterday. but close to seasonal. a little cooler in oakland and san francisco. i'll tell you if we'll warm up or cool down. first we have traffic. >> reports of an accident south 101 at millbrae and construction closure near tully in the south bay. back to you guys. >> thank you. >>> we begin with a developing story. at least one person has suffered serious burns from a fire in oakley. >> we understand that fire is now at two alarms. there is a report that flames were sho
KOFY
Jul 22, 2011 11:30am PDT
>>> a stunning new development into the beating of bryan stow outside dodgers stadium. >> three new people are now in the spotlight, potentially a new focus for l.a. police in their search for the attackers. amy hollyfield a live at san francisco general where stow is recovering. >> what a week it's been for the bryan stow family. he had an emergency earlier in the week and had surgery and later in the week he had a breakthrough and here comes the news that two men has been arrested. >> the break a huge in the beating of bryan stow. they arrested giovanni ramirez in may and insisted that he was the one that beat stow outside of dodgers stadium. now, they believe the two men they now have in custody are the ones who did it. >> most important lesson is that we do are a society, innocence until proven guilty. that wasn't the case here. everyone jumped on the bandwagon and started pointing fingers at giovanni ramirez. >> they say they are glad to hear the case is still active. >> i think it's great that lapd is spending time to help track down the people that did this. they are not swee
NBC
Jul 21, 2011 11:00pm PDT
continued recovery in this whole thing. >> wrong guy, new arrest. major developments in the brian stow beating case. two people in custody in l.a. tonight, and a dramatic reversal of fortune for the lapd's so-called prime suspect. this story is still developing tonight. good evening. i'm jessica aguirre. >> and i'm raj mathai. for two months, the lapd had been curiously quiet, but tonight a change of fortune. the police department, the so-called primary suspect, and for brian stow, who ultimately can never escape the story. police have arrested two new suspects in this case, which has made national headlines. we have multiple reports tonight from san francisco to santa cruz to southern california. this has been a fast-moving story. we begin with jean elle who joins us from san francisco general. >> reporter: the stow family made an emotional statement here outside san francisco general hospital in may, when police made the first arrest. they thanked police officers, but the district attorney never filed charges in the case, leaving the family without answers about who landed brian stow
NBC
Jul 22, 2011 11:00pm PDT
. >>> new details emerging on the three new brian stow beating suspects and how police caught up with them. family members share with nbc bay area news exclusive details about stow's long road to recovery. good evening and thanks for joining us on this friday. i'm raj mathai. jessica aguirre is off tonight. after four months of chasing the wrong leads, the lapd says it has the right people in custody. encouraging news on both sides. brian stow remains in a san francisco hospital, and his three alleged ataestackers are a los angeles jail. they're all related and all maybes from the southern california city of realto. we have new information. kimberly terry spoke with stow's family. but we begin with george kiriyama with the arrest and what else we learned about the investigation. george? >> reporter: raj, we're learn thing evening a little bit more about the suspects charged with beating up brian stow. this right here is the felony complaint we received tonight. in it counts four and five say suspect louis sanchez has been charged with attacking two other fans, a man and woman, at
CW
Jul 22, 2011 10:00pm PDT
the real suspects in custody. what they say happened the day brian stowe was severely beaten. >> first a bombing, then a massacre. children shot while trying to swim to safety. how police say one man killed 87 people today. >> good evening, ken is off tonight. >> i'm dana king. a showdown just hours from now. the president summoned congressional leaders including john boehner to the white house. that after the republican simply stopped returning the president's calls. speaker boehner broke off talks late today on the debt ceiling. robert lyles shows us both sides went straight to the cameras to tell their sides of the story. >> normally cool and even tempered veneer of president obama cracked after this phone call. >> just got a call about a half hour ago from speaker boehner who indicated that he was going to be walking away from the negotiations. >> obama claims a deal with republicans was at hand, one that would raise the debt ceiling through 2013. by cutting defense and domestic spending. to achieve a $3 trillion deficit reduction. >> we have run out of time and they are going
CBS
Jul 22, 2011 11:00pm PDT
in custody, they say they know now what happened the day brian stowe was severely beaten. >>> a deadly bombing and then a shooting massacre. tonight new information about the one man police say is behind the worst violence in europe in decades. good evening, i'm dana king. >> i'm allen martin. the showdown is in nine hours and that's when the president expects congressional leaders to be at the white house. >> that after the speaker stopped returning the president's calls. boehner broke off talks late today on the debt ceiling. robert lyles shows us both sides went straight to the cameras to tell their side of the story. >> the normally cool and evenly tempered vaneer cracked. >> i got a call from speaker boehner who indicated he was going to be walking away from the negotiations. >> obama claims a deal with the republicans was at hand, one that would raise the debt ceiling through 2013, by cutting defense and domestic spending, cuts to medicare and social security to achieve a $3 trillion deficit reduction. >> we have run out of time and they are going to have to explain to me h
NBC
Jul 14, 2011 6:00am PDT
you, mike. and thing development in case of bryan stow. police have only identified one suspect but now the suspect's girlfriend is behind bars. marla tellez joins us live at san francisco general hospital with the latest twis in this saga. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, laura. it has almost been four months since bryan stow was badly beaten outside dodger stadium. he has been here at sf general hospital. the search for the suspects has hit high and lowsment now this is a new development is the main suspect in stow's beating we know is giovanni ramirez. well, it's miss girlfriend who has been arrested. 26-year-old denise pleaded not guilty charges of possession and trafficking of meth and possessing a dangerous weapon. how this relates to the stow case, how this is relative, los angeles police say denise is a person of interest and in stow's beating. up until her arrest they could not find her. i learned she was arrested saturday and held in lieu of bail. the lapd considers ramirez the primary suspect in the march 31st beat at donler stadium that left stow with severe
NBC
Jul 25, 2011 5:00am PDT
their day in court today answering to charges that they beat giants fan bryan stow. this morning we're learning more about the investigation that led to that arrest. marla tellez joins us live outside san francisco general hospital where stow is undergoing treatment. good morning, marla. >> reporter: good morning. it's almost been four months since bryan stow was nearly beaten to death. it's two months that he has been here at sf general, recovering. today, 29-year-old louie sanchez and 30-year-old marvin norwood, will be arraigned in los angeles superior court. the two were arrested thursday and face felony charges of mayhem, assault and battery. according to the "l.a. times," the men live in the same neighborhood in rialto, that's in san bernardino county, about 60 miles east of los angeles. on friday, l.a. police chief charlie beck announced the first suspect they arrested in may had nothing to do with the beating. turns out as the case against 31-year-old giovanni ramirez began to unravel detectives began digging. they gathered ticket sales receipt from the area that stow sat in
ABC
Jul 22, 2011 5:00am PDT
>>> good morning, i'm amy hollyfield live in san francisco where bryan stow is making progress and so are investigators. they have arrested two people in the beating of bryan stow. >>> also this morning, a surprising development in the deadly san francisco police shooting. investigators say the fatal shot may have come from the suspect himself. >> here is a live look at the bay this morning. you can see a few clouds out there. cooler weather on way. significant drop today and cooler than average temperatures throughout the rest of the week. >> i'm sue hall. overnight, freeway was shot down around san jose. it's been reopened. >> thank you so much for joining us, i'm kristen sze. >> and i'm terry mcsweeney in for eric thomas. we are following developing news in oakley where police are the scene of fire that severely burned a man last night. it happened about 2:30 this morning. firefighters found a man suffering from life-threatening burns. fire has been knocked downed an man is being treated at a local hospital. they will look for hot spots but the fire is suspicious and likely
NBC
Jul 14, 2011 5:00am PDT
gets on scene. >> we'll check back. 5:01. an interesting development in the case of bryan stow. so far police have only identified one suspect. now marla tellez joins us with the latest twist. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, laura. it seems every week sometimes every day bryan stow remains in the ic unit at sf general the case around his beating takes a new twist and turn. that is what's happening today, this brand new development we're learning the main suspect in stow's beating, giovanni ramirez, well, his girlfriend has been arrested by the las vegas metropolitan police department. 26-year-old denise pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges of possession and trafficking of meth and possessing a dangerous weapon. how this relates to the stow case, los angeles police say denise is a person of interest but up until her latest arrest they could not find her. according to online records i found that she was arrested saturday, july 9, and is being held in lieu of $1,000 bail. the lapd considers ramirez, her boyfriend, the primary suspect in the march 31 beating that left stow with
NBC
Jul 22, 2011 5:00am PDT
this and see how things clear up. >> thank you. we also have a surprising twist in the bryan stow case. nbc bay area has confirmed that los angeles police have arrested two new suspects in the case. another suspect has been in custody for months but now it appears he may not be connected to that case at all. "today in the bay's" marla tellez is live outside san francisco general hospital with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, laura. no doubt about it, this story has really gripped the bay area since it first broke. bryan stow nearly beaten to death almost four months ago. last night nbc bay area confirmed with the los angeles police department they have arrested two new suspects in his beating. who these suspects are and what led to their arrest, well, we are still waiting to learn those details. in the meantime, the big question remains what does this mean for giovanni ramirez, the 31-year-old man who the lapd arrested in may, calling him the main suspect ever since. though ramirez is currently serving a 10-month prison sentence for an unrelated parole violation, his attorney is c
KRON
Jul 25, 2011 11:00pm PDT
in a bit. >>> two men suspected in the bryan stow case were connected to other assaults. bryan stow was attacked after the opening game in los angeles. the two men were in court today. investigators say the same day bryan stow was beaten the men attacked another man and threw something at a woman. the men didn't enter a plea today. their hearing is continued next month. kron 4's terisa estacio has details of the evidence. >> reporter: investigators have photos taken at dodger stadium placing the two at the game when bryan stow was injured and they have cell phone records tying the two to the game as well. this is had first look that suspects. both are facing 5 felltony counts in the bryan stow case. louie sanchez's attorney talked about hisclinous and how he doesn't believe police have the right person. >> from what i know from the protyle given to me by the family and the people close to my client, he doesn't fit the profile of somebody who would commit this crime. he is a family man. supervisor for many years. he has stable employment and been that same resident for 15, 16 years.
CBS
Jul 22, 2011 5:00pm PDT
with the beating of bryan stow. two of those at least have violent pasts. joe vazquez in los angeles tonight with what led police to those suspects. joe. >> reporter: allen, any moment now the mayor and the police chief are about to have a news conference here at lapd headquarters to fill in some of the details. what we have just learned is within the last few minutes the district attorney filed formal charges against three people,two men for the beating of bryan stow, and a woman for accessory for driving the men away from dodger stadium. she has paid her bail and she is out. police made the arrests early yesterday morning in the town of rialto in san bernardino county. two men are in jail charged with mayhem. police also took a woman and a 10-year-old boy into custody. >> it just seems like all of lapd was here. it was like over 30 police officers, lapd, they came in helmets and s.w.a.t. gear. >> reporter: both men are being held on $500,000 bail. they both have violent rap sheets. according to san bernardino county court records, 30-year- old marvin norwood has been convicted of felony sp
ABC
Jul 22, 2011 4:30am PDT
on giants fan bryan stow. l.a. police have arrested two people in the attack. >>> also this morning, san francisco police a man killed while being chased by officers actually stopped shot himself. >> fast-moving fire spreads to three homes in walnut creek before firefighters get a handle on it. investigators are still looking for the cause. >> you can see the ferry building. cooler weather and just how cool it's going to be this weekend. >> good morning, i'm sue hall in the traffic center. heavy fog on the golden gate bridge, windshield wipers and an accident on the peninsula. full update in just a few minutes. >> it is friday morning. i'm terry mcsweeney in for eric thomas. >> and i'm kristen sze. >> we're following developing news in oakland where police and firefighters or the scene of a suspicious fire that severely burned a man overnight. >> this morning, firefighters were at a home on fourth street. they found a man suffering what they called life-threatening burns. fire was knocked down and the man was treated at a local hospital. and they will likely spend the next few hours look
ABC
Jul 22, 2011 5:00pm PDT
for ramirez say he should no longer be held. as for brian stow, his mother said yesterday he mouthed his last name, and we talked to a civil attorney representing the stow family suing los angeles dodgers and the attorney told me estimated cost of medical care over the course of stow's lifetime will run in the neighborhood of $40 mimin. -- million. >> john, thank you very much. and san francisco police have yet to find the gun they say a wanted parole say he fired. the gun, police say is likely seen here in this amateur video, there it is, was never recovered z police believe someone in the crowd picked it up and walked off with it. and they're now offering a $1,000 reward. police offer aid theory, as to how the 19-year-old kenneth harding arks a washington state parole managed to shoot himself in the head. >> apparently the officer shot, hit the suspect in the leg. imagine, if you would an instant hamstring pain pull would cause a person to lurch. the gun entered the right side of the neck. >> and just yesterday the san francisco medical examiner said the bullet was a 38 caliber, san francis
ABC
Jul 22, 2011 11:00pm PDT
suspects are facing charges tonight for the beating of giants fan bryan stow at a dodgers game. the original suspect, l.a. police say it was not involved. abc7's lisa amin gulezian is live to explain how police found these suspects. lisa? >> detectives in lapd's robbery homicide unit tracked down the two men they say are responsible for the beating. they are 29-year-old luis sanchez and his neighbor, 30-year-old marvin norwood. >> the process worked that one individual has been exonerated. two others have charges filed against them. >> the los angeles city leaders patted themselves so the back while admitting they made a mistake. their original suspect is in the clear. two new suspects, luis sanchez and marvin norwood, are now charged with bryan stow's savage beating. >> what this investigation speaks to is we do the right thing. even when it is the hard thing. even when it is difficult. >> police came to this neighborhood and arrested sanchez. a few doors down they found sanchez's sister, doreen and marvin norwood. >> they got luis, and i feel it is the second time they are wr
ABC
Jul 23, 2011 11:00pm PDT
>>> revealing new pictures in the bryan stow investigation. "abc 7 news" is next. >>> abc7 has exclusive new pictures of the two men arrested in the beating of bryan stow. louie sanchez an marvin norwood are accused of badly beating bryan stow at a dodgers' game back in march. tomas has the latest. >> "abc 7 news" is learning more about the case against two men who are expected to be arraigned on monday for the beating of bryan stow. we get an exclusive look at the suspects. >> these photographs from the los angeles sister station show 29-year-old louie sanchez and 30-year-old marvin norwood. charges were filed against friday for the attack at dodgers stadium. each faces three counts. if convicted, norwood could face nine years in prison, sanchez, eight. dean johnson thinks they should face charges to put them in prison for life. >> if i was going to be charged mayhem, i would charge aggravated mayhem and also the crime of torture which carries a life sentence. >> both are being held on a half million dollar bond. seen partially is seen her is louie's sister. both men have exte
CW
Jul 21, 2011 10:00pm PDT
>>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news on the cw. >>> who beat brian stowe? it was not the man police were so certain of. what happens next with two new arrests in the case. >> he did it to himself. police today said the shot that killed a 19-year-old suspect came from his own gun. >>> it looks like both sides realize they won't get everything they want, but congress still doesn't have a deal. why it's the president saying not so fast. >>> good evening, i'm allen martin. ken is off. >> and i'm dana king. we have big news in two high profile cases. san francisco police are telling a different story about what happened when their officers shot an armed man. >> we're going to start with a stunner out of los angeles. giovan i ramirez had nothing to do with the beating. this is l.a.'s police chief back in may. >> giovani ramirez is our primary suspect on the stowe beating. i'm as sure as you need to be to make an arrest and pursue a prosecution. >> ever since the chief made those comments, the l.a.p.d. struggled to provide the da with enough evidence and no charges were ever fi
CW
Jul 25, 2011 10:00pm PDT
on each other. what the suspects in the bryan stow case are saying about each other. >>> a political show down over the debt drama on tv. first the president hit the networks asking americans to call their representative in washington and then came the speaker of the house john boehner who accused the president of creating a crisis atmosphere. the theatrics may be aimed at one group in particular. >> reporter: an angry president obama believes nation has been hijacked by this republican plan. >> called the cut, cap and balance act. >> speaker of the house john boehner says his plan is a two step approach, raising the debt ceiling while cutting 1.2 trillion in spending and create as commission of six republicans and six democrats to identify another 1.8 trillion in cuts. >> the president would not take yes for a answer. >> reporter: president obama says he offered a increase to the debt ceiling and -- >> forces us to threat to threat of -- face the threat of default six months from now. >> president obama wants both houses to vote in three days for this plan by democratic senator harry rei
NBC
Jul 14, 2011 4:30am PDT
on meth possession. ramirez has been accused in the beating of giants fan bryan stow though never charged. denise pleaded not guilty. her boyfriend ramirez is in jail, there you see him, on a parole violation. >> stow's parents are on a long list of creditors in the dodgers' bankruptcy case. the team tells the courts it's possible that the dodgers will owe them money in the future. the stows sued the dodgers on their son's behalf. stow remains in sf general in serious condition after he was beaten at dodger stadium march 31. a somber celebration for cal grads still behind bars in iran 700 days after their arrest. shane bauer turned 29 yesterday in iran where he remains in prison with his friend josh fattal. last night loved ones including bauer's fiancee gathered for a celebration of sorts. iranian soldiers arrested the two along the iraq and iran border accusing them of spying. >> we're hoping that this is going to be the end of our nightmare and shane and josh will come home. we don't feel we can be more devastated than we already are but on days like this it brings it home. >> bauer an
FOX
Jul 25, 2011 12:00pm PDT
>>> the men accused of brutally beating giants' fan bryan stow get ready to make their first public appearance in los angeles. good afternoon. i'm maureen naylor. >>> we're waiting for the hearing in the bryan stow case too start in southern california any minute now. allie rasmus is live in san francisco where she just got off the phone with prosecutors. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon. this arraignment was scheduled to start at 8:30 in the morning. we're not sure of the delay. when i checked with the attorneys, they were still waiting for the arraignment to start. the two men are louie sanchez and marvin norwood. we spoke to the attorney. they said a family did not go to the courtroom but instead a legal representative is in court today but he did talk about the attorney's reaction. >> here you have, however, i think a real breakthrough. i think some of the evidence will come out this morning that, in fact, they have the perpetrators of this crime and so forth. so the family's reaction is, you know, this is just another emotional tug at them and it would be great to at
NBC
Jul 25, 2011 6:00am PDT
bryan stow. this morning we're learning more about the investigation that eventually led to their arrest. marla tellez joins us live outside san francisco general hospital where stow is undergoing treatment. good morning, marla. >> reporter: good morning. like bryan stow, the men arrested for his beating they are fathers, they both have children. well, unlike stow, they also have violent criminal histories, that's according to court records. i'm talking about 29-year-old louie sanchez and 30-year-old marvin norwood. they will be arraigned at 8:30 this morning, arrested thursday and face felony charges of mayhem, assault, and battery for the march 31st attack that left the 42-year-old paramedic with brain damage. according to the "l.a. times," the men live in the same neighborhood in rialto, that's in san bernardino county, about 60 miles east of los angeles. they are said to live six doors down from each other. on friday, l.a. police chief charlie beck announced the first suspect they arrested in may had nothing to do with the beating. beck was quoted saying in policing it's just as impo
CBS
Jul 25, 2011 5:00am PDT
los angeles courtroom this morning facing charges they attacked bryan stow outside dodgers stadium. the latest from christie who is in san francisco. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. norwood and sanchez will be arraigned a little bit later on this morning. in los angeles. now, these two gentlemen actually have a history of domestic violence and now they're being charged with the beating of bryan stow at that march 31st game. the two gentlemen were arrested on thursday evening and charged on friday with one count each of mayhem, assault to produce great bodily injury and battery. and the documents that were released in court last week paint a pretty grewsome picture of what officials say they did to stow. they claim stow had his tongue cut, and eye put out and slit to the nose, ear and lip. stow has been making some strides toward recovery over the past couple of months, when unfortunately he had a set-back just last week, and had to have an emergency surgery. but since then, stow's sister says he is actually showing some signs of progress. >> his kids came up there. with th
NBC
Jul 20, 2011 11:00pm PDT
again, it's about 3:00 a.m. tonight in just a few hours. >>> a setback tonight for brian stow. what one doctor is revealing about his condition that sum of brian's own doctors aren't telling us. >>> think about how much of your day is caught on camera. tonight, the stunning number of cameras watching your every move. >>> and how often should you be receiving a mammogram? the survival stat that makes it worthwhile. >>> and good evening. i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. sunny and hot across the bay area. really magnificent and today we had plenty of 90's in the south and east bay. details on howck around hicoming up.s her will stickround coming up [ female announcer ] at jcpenney, we're giving you a big thank you this friday and saturday with the simplest way to save extra! just use your jcpenney rewards credit card to save an extra 20% on everything storewide! no exclusions! save an extra 20% on styles for her, brands for him, and clothes for kids. plus get an extra 20% off shoes, too! no jcpenney card? we'll still thank you with an extra 15% off! the savings are that simple! go to
FOX
Jul 22, 2011 5:00pm PDT
're just waiting like everybody else. >> reporter: we caught up with john stow. >> to say that we're guarded is probably correct. >> reporter: stow says the family is regarding judgment. the previous suspect giovanni ramirez was never charged in the case but remains in jail in a parol violation. comes up at 6:00, we will hear from ramirez family and attorney who have always insisted that giovanni never attended that baseball game and was a victim of a rush to judgment. reporting live in santa cruz, patti lee, ktvu news. >>> we're going to continue to stay on top of this developing story. we are expecting the l.a. police department to talk about these new arrests any minute now. just as soon as they get up in front of the cameras weaver going to bring -- we're going to bring you their comments live. >>> rob roth shows us life in the bay view and why so many people there are so angry. first to david stevenson for what he's learned today about the investigation, david. >> reporter: a vigil against violence is supposed to start at the site of that officer involved shooting at the time
ABC
Jul 22, 2011 11:00am PDT
time. naughty! nice! >>> a stunning new development into the beating of bryan stow outside dodgers stadium. >> three new people are now in the spotlight, potentially a new focus for l.a. police in their search for the attackers. amy hollyfield a live at san francisco general where stow is recovering. >> what a week it's been for the bryan stow family. he had an emergency earlier in the week and had surgery and later in the week he had a breakthrough and here comes the news that two men has been arrested. >> the break a huge in the beating of bryan stow. they arrested giovanni ramirez in may and insisted that he was the one that beat stow outside of dodgers stadium. now, they believe the two men they now have in custody are the ones who did it. >> most important lesson is that we do are a society, innocence until proven guilty. that wasn't the case here. everyone jumped on the bandwagon and started pointing fingers at giovanni ramirez. >> they say they are glad to hear the case is still active. >> i think it's great that lapd is spending time to help track down the people that did t
NBC
Jul 1, 2011 11:00pm PDT
stow was attacked in los angeles and left in a coma, his friends and family continue to raise money for his recovery at sf general. investigators in los angeles are analyzing every piece of evidence, even re-creating the beating at dodger stadium in hopes of figuring out who's responsible. george kiriyama has the latest on the investigation. >> i think about it every day. we're proud to be out here to support him and standing behind him and looking forward to seeing him again soon. >> reporter: brian stow's family and hundreds of friends raised thousands of dollars at a golf and barbecue fund raiser in santa cruz. brian stow's condition improved from critical to serious. his friends say they're taking it one day at a time. we asked brian stow's cousin john stow about the cell phone video obtained by tmz. he told us it appeared brian was not looking for trouble. >> it's what i see. you can make your own opinion. >> reporter: the dodger fan in the video juan bonda was telling stow to tone it down. >> people have to understand that particularly in the atmosphere that was present at tha
FOX
Jul 22, 2011 6:00pm PDT
for the fear of compromising the investigation. a friend of bryan stow reacted to these new developments, patti. >> reporter: well the family's reaction was understandable. reaction from bryan stow's friends and family was much more membered. >> reporter: ramirez son spoke out. >> we've been saying my son was 100% innocent. they didn't give to him, the parol. they went straight to the police. >> we are not here to criticize l.a.p. d. you know sometimes, this can be a very tough business on both sides. we make mistakes, the defense good faith mistakes. >> reporter: meantime stow's family says their focus is on bryan who had emergency surgery on monday but has since given a nurse a thumbs up and responds when asked a question. >> he response with eyes following some simple commands. so it was very nice to see. >> reporter: we caught up with bryan stow's cousin. he tells us this has been an emotional week for the family. nearly every day there's been a major unexpected development concluding with these three new arrests. patti lee, ktvu news. >>> a vigil is growing right now in
ABC
Jul 22, 2011 6:00am PDT
looking into the beating of giant's fan bryan stow. l.a. police have made two arrests. story is coming up. >> and stunning new evidence in a san francisco police shooting investigation. the suspect shot and killed himself. >> live look from downtown san francisco. notice the clouds are back. more numerous and cooling trend is here. summer heat is over for a while. i'll tell you how cool it's going to be through the weekend. >> i'm sue hall in the traffic center. if you are waiting for ace train train number one is running late. we'll have details in a few minutes. >>> good morning. i'm terry mcsweeney in for eric thomas. >> and i'm kristen sze. let's begin with developing news in contra costa county where a house fire in oakley has left a person fighting for his life this morning. nick smith joins us live from the scene. firefighters are calling this suspicious but unclear as to why. >> absolutely. since we last spoke. we have learned more information. they are wrapping up what is happening on the scene. i spoke with the lead investigator and he told me, first i want to show you the flame
ABC
Jul 25, 2011 5:00am PDT
at the two men accused of beating bryan stow, the giants' fan who is still in serious condition. >>> i'm nick smith live in east palo alto where the highest per capita homicide rate. we'll have a live report with the captain that they are working hard to stem the violence in the city after a couple of overnight shootings. >>> here is a look from downtown san francisco. you can see the clouds, the drizzle and the cooler than average weather to begin the week. we'll have warmer than average weather this week. >> i'm sue hall. some of the incline in the bay bridge behind me, there is an accident just before treasure island. we'll have an update for you in a couple minutes. >> plus, a bay area teen survives a bear attack in alaska and used. skills to help save the lives of two other teens. good monday morning. i'm eric thomas. >> and i'm kristen sze. >> top story this morning, two men now accused of beating bryan stow are set to make their first court appearance in los angeles. we have exclusive pictures of them. amy hollyfield is live at san francisco general where stow is recovering. >> reporte
ABC
Jul 25, 2011 6:00am PDT
is expected to recover. >>> today the two men accused of savagely beating bryan stow have their first court appearance and abc7 has exclusive pictures of the pair. amy hollyfield is live at san francisco general where stow continues to slowly recover. >> reporter: stow's family is going through so much. they are dealing with his health which is very unpredictable. also, this case which keeps taking different directions. it's now focused on these two men. it shows 29-year-old luis sanchez and marvin norwood right before bryan stow was beaten. it clears giovanni ramirez the man who was first declared a suspect. police admit he was the wrong guy. >> it's important to recognize that los angeles police department truly believes it's just as important to exonerate the innocent as to implicate the guilty. sometimes it takes longer than we would like but that is nature of the business. >> reporter: bryan stow has been in the hospital since the march 31st attack. he is in serious condition and his health is unpredictable. earlier last week he had emergency surgery but later the family announced he h
NBC
Jul 21, 2011 6:00pm PDT
news out of southern california. two people have been arrested in the brian stow case. not only have they arrested two people but giovani who was thought to be the primary suspect in this beating case has been exonerated. two people have been arrested in the brian stow case. this, according to the l.a. times, within the hour. brian stow was attacked at the dodgers stadium parking lot on opening day on march 31st. he remains in stable condition. the reward money has been raised to $225,000. the l.a. times reporting that two suspects have been arrested in the beating case of brian stow. we'll continue to follow this developing news throughout the hour. >> and ramirez remains in jail on a weapons parole violation. >>> still ahead at 6:00, court documents revealing a new fight between arnold schwarzenegger and maria shriver. what the former governor is refusing to pay for. >>> on the rise, rent keeps going up and getting more expensive. what's behind the spike and why some say it may actually be a good thing. >>> and we're going to take you inside a small east bay company's experimental
NBC
Jul 23, 2011 7:00am PDT
california city of rialto. kimberly terry spoke exclusively with stow's family who revealed new details about this recovery. but we also begin with george in the latest in the arrest and what else we learned about the ongoing investigation. >> reporter: charlie beck and mayor are convinced this time they have made the right arrests. >> every single one of us wanted to do everything we can to bring these people to justice, and i believe that that's why we're here today, to say the process worked. >> reporter: three people have been arrested, two have been charged in the beating of giants fan bryan stow. 30-year-old marvin norwood and 29-year-old louie sanchez have been charged with felony mayhem, assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury and battery. it also shows sanchez charged with attacking two other giants fans on opening night. as the focus of the investigation moves towards the new suspects, the lapd announced giovanni ramirez had nothing to do with the beating and was no longer a suspect? >> in this case it took a long amount of time to establish information that exonerate
NBC
Jul 22, 2011 5:00pm PDT
, the los angeles police department will be holding a news conference on the flee arrests in the bryan stow case. when it begins, we will bring it to you live. >>> other news now. tense words today in san francisco's bayview district as a nasheighborhood activist confronted ed lee after a fatal shooting by police. >> making sure we've got social services down here, as well. you know that. >> that's good, too. >> you know what i did -- miss westbrook and programs that were important -- >> yeah, but right now, stop killing these young -- >> right -- >> social blight -- >> last weekend's exchange of gunfire between police and a seattle man continues to anger many in the bayview district. even after last night's revolution that the deadly shot came -- revelation that the deadly shot came from the man's own gun, not a police weapon. >> it surprises me what the forensics say. i'm probably, like everybody else -- wow. what really happened and how we can try to understand that. the commitment is high that we're going to keep the community safe, every community in san francisco safe. >> three, two,
CBS
Jul 25, 2011 4:30am PDT
o appear in >>> nearly four months after brian stow is beaten, the prime suspects set to appear in court. what we learned. >>> he reportedly confessed to the massacre that killed 93 people. the unusual are q-to -- request to the judge. >>> i'm malakhov. >> lawrence. >> i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. >> we heard the women were out of control and we had to come back. >> macadamia nuts. >> a lot of schwag for people. >> i was in new hampshire. that doesn't count. >> you were in hawaii. it is a whole different thing. >> we have fog showing up outside again today. and low clouds and fog. and drizzle to the coastline. it looks like temperatures could be a little coot -- cooler "today at 10:00." partly >>> sunshine in san jose, still a comfortable 76 degrees. and 78 in concord. more on the weather coming up in a bit. right now, let's check on traffic with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. we will go right out towards the south bay. where we have this ongoing road work, until about 5:30 this morning. northbound and southbound 101 between capital expressway and 280. more traffic
CBS
Jul 22, 2011 6:00am PDT
. anser hassan in oakley. >>> a huge break in the bryan stow beating case. this morning, two new suspects are in jail in los angeles. anne makovec is in san francisco with what that can mean for the man police initially accused of the attack. we're talking about giovanni ramirez. right, anne? >> reporter: yeah. this new development is pretty stunning, grace. last we heard last night, police were bringing in witnesses to help identify these two new suspects. of course, bryan stow was beaten nearly to death back in march after a game between the giants and the dodgers down in l.a. then in may, police named giovanni ramirez their prime suspect. they seemed sure he was their man after his parole agent noticed tatoos similar to a suspect description on his neck. well, ramirez has been in jail for a parole violation but he was never officially charged. his lawyer said he knew all along ramirez was innocent. he was offering alibis, offering to participate in a line-up. >> i remember talking to him for the very first time and i was impressed with his sincerity and his demeanor. i asked him a few
KRON
Jul 22, 2011 4:00am PDT
good morning at 4:00 a.m. to arrest seven made into the beating out bryan stowe. >> the senate is expected to shoot down the proposal that >> and there is no relief across the country more on that deadly heat wave hitting the nation the new starts right now. >> it is for a 1:00 a.m. it is friday a live look at walnut creek and you see the cars going around a curve. >> another gorgeous day in the bay area '70s and '80s all around the bay we will have a full weather. >> now traffic we will have more traffic no hot spots have an uneasy ride on for this friday >> to arrest abomey in the beating of the giants then that bryan stowe. as happened the man that was once allegedly involved in the beating may be raised at is tolerated. >> bryan stowe was attacked outside the stadium he was hospitalized and placed in a, police released pitchers of the attackers giants and dodgers players and an honor celselva. he is transferred to another medical facility give money ramirez they call him the prime suspect. may 24th ramirez, attorney said that his daughter could testified that he was with ar
FOX
Jul 22, 2011 10:00pm PDT
about the arrest of three new suspects in connection with the savage beating of bryan stow. at the same time authorities cleared the man they once considered a suspect. back to dodger stadium where the crime occurred. and we go to christien kafton with how the arrests are going down there. >> reporter: we're in the middle of 8th inning and the dodgers are taking on the washington nationals tonight. dodger fans tell us they are very excited, but they say this is still a city that still has a lot of questions about yesterday's arrests. viragosa stood side by side to announce the arrest of louie sanchez, marvin norwood and sanchez. arrest records indicate marvin norwood is 6'10-inches tall. those descriptions closely match the men witnesses say severely beat stow. the witnesses also say a woman pulled up in a car and drove the two men away. no one yet knows if dorene sanchez is that get away driver. giovanni ramirez has been in jail since may. >> these cases wothey work. information comes as it comes. unfortunately it took a long amount of time to establish situation that exonerated mr. ra
CBS
Jul 21, 2011 11:00pm PDT
the wrong guy. a dramatic turn in the bryan stow beating case t new development we learned just a half an hour ago. >> san francisco police tell a different story about last weekend's shooting. the evidence they say proves they didn't kill the young man after all. good evening, i'm did dana king. >> i'm allen martin. san francisco police are telling a different story now when their officers shot an armed man. >> geovanni ramirez, the man they swore was involved in bryan stow's beating, turns out he had nothing to do about it. this was l.a.'s police chief back in may. >> geovanni ramirez is, and was, and has been our primary suspect on the stow beating. i'm as sure as you need to be to make an arrest and pursue a prosecution. >> but, ever since the chief made those comments, lapd struggled to provide enough evidence and no charges were ever filed. the lapd has arrested two other men for the brutal beating outside dodger stadium and tonight we have learned lapd brought in witnesses to identify the suspects. with this comes a biting "told you so" from ramirez's attorney and family. we hav
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